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The deposition of Thomas Poone taken at Halifax [illegible] Virginia in the Court house of Halifax County (in [illegible] of notice) on the 24th day of april 1858- to be read as evidence on behalf of the plaintiff on the trial of a suit in [illegible] now pending in the Circuit Court of Halifax in which Samuel Pate Admr of Absalom Pate [illegible] is plaintiff and Robert Moore is defendant-. The defendant being [illegible] only [illegible] [illegible] and says-  
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The deposition of Thomas Poone taken at Halifax Co Ho Virginia in the Court house of Halifax County (in pursuance of notice) on the 24th day of april 1858- to be read as evidence on behalf of the plaintiff on the trial of a suit in chancery now pending in the Circuit Court of Halifax in which Samuel Pate Admr of Absalom Pate dec'd is plaintiff and Robert Moore is defendant. The defendant being duly sworn deposes and says-  
1 Question by Plff's counsel: Where do you reside?
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1 Question by Plff's counsel: Where do you reside? Answer: I live in the town of Milton North Carolina  
Answer: I live in the town of Milton North Carolina  
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Question by same: State what you know in regard to the existence of a partnership for the purchase and sale of negroes between Absalom Pate (now dead) and Robert Moore of Halifax Co. VA Answer: Absalom Pate, deceased, a son of Samuel Pate of Halifax County Virginia and Robert Moore of the same county and state, were boath engaged in the purchase and sale of negroes, in the fall of 1857 being partners in said business under the firm and style of Pate and Moore, as they both admitted to me at that time.  
Question by same: State what you know in regard to the existence of a partnership for the purchase and sale of negroes between Absalom Pate (now dead) and Robert Moore of Halifax Co. VA
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Question by same: State all that you know in regard to any transactions between the said firm of Pate & Moore & a certain George Eggleston of the county of Henry VA
Answer: Absalom Pate, [illegible] son of Samuel Pate of Halifax County Virginia and Robert Moore of the same county and state, [illegible] [illegible] engaged in the purchase and sale of negroes, in the fall of 1857 being partners in said [illegible] under the [illegible] and style of Pate and Moore, as they both admitted to me at that time.  
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Answer: the said Absalom Pate same time in the fall of 1857 passed through Milton, he told me he had brought a lot of negroes in Henry country Virginia. He waned me to go with
Question by same: State all that you know in regard to any transactions between the said [illegible] of Pate & Moore [illegible] certain George [Name] of the county of Henry VA
 
Answer: the said Absalom Pate same time in the fall of 1857 [illegible] through Milton, he told me he had brought a lot of negroes in Henry country Virginia. He waned me to go with
 

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The deposition of Thomas Poone taken at Halifax Co Ho Virginia in the Court house of Halifax County (in pursuance of notice) on the 24th day of april 1858- to be read as evidence on behalf of the plaintiff on the trial of a suit in chancery now pending in the Circuit Court of Halifax in which Samuel Pate Admr of Absalom Pate dec'd is plaintiff and Robert Moore is defendant. The defendant being duly sworn deposes and says- 1 Question by Plff's counsel: Where do you reside? Answer: I live in the town of Milton North Carolina Question by same: State what you know in regard to the existence of a partnership for the purchase and sale of negroes between Absalom Pate (now dead) and Robert Moore of Halifax Co. VA Answer: Absalom Pate, deceased, a son of Samuel Pate of Halifax County Virginia and Robert Moore of the same county and state, were boath engaged in the purchase and sale of negroes, in the fall of 1857 being partners in said business under the firm and style of Pate and Moore, as they both admitted to me at that time. Question by same: State all that you know in regard to any transactions between the said firm of Pate & Moore & a certain George Eggleston of the county of Henry VA Answer: the said Absalom Pate same time in the fall of 1857 passed through Milton, he told me he had brought a lot of negroes in Henry country Virginia. He waned me to go with